Forwarding emails has been a frequent action when we deal with emails in Outlook. In this article I will introduce how to forward emails in batches.
In our daily work, apart from writing and sending emails, we often need to forward emails as well. Sometimes, we even would be required to forward a massive number of emails. You may take it for granted that you would forward these emails one by one, which does result in a waste of time. Actually we can use only 2 clicks to forward all.
It seems that forwarding emails in batches by only 2 clicks is a little bit incredible. Actually it is really simple. Even if you are a novice in Outlook, you can still easily make flexible use of this skill.
Now let’s learn together how to forward emails in batches by only 2 clicks.
- As usual, open Outlook and turn to the mailbox which contains the emails to be forwarded, no matter in Inbox, Sent Items or Deleted Items.
- Then select all the emails to be forwarded. You could utilize a shortcut key – “Ctrl + A” to select all. But this method may pose a problem that it will also select the emails not to be forwarded in the mailbox. Another good approach is to press “Ctrl” key and meanwhile select the emails one by one, which certainly avoids the problem by the former method.
- Next here comes the first click after you select all the emails to be forwarded. In the page of “Home”, you can see “Forward” option in the frame of “Respond”. Click it and then it will turn to the page of a new “Message”. In this page, you will see all the selected emails have been attached to the email.
- Then you could fill in the email address and subject as well as concrete email contents. Finally, click “Send” to finish all the forwarding procedures. That is the second click. Of course, it’s also the final click.
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